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Hello, everyone! I don’t know about you guys, but I love cake. I love making cake, eating cake, and finding new and exciting cake recipes for my growing pastry collection. When I came across this Italian pear and ricotta cake, I just knew I had to make it for myself.
At first, I was apprehensive in terms of the ricotta filling, but wow, did it ever turn out good! I suppose it’s no different than using sour cream in your cake batter. If you are looking for a new and simple cake recipe, look no further because this one is the cat’s meow. Will you be trying it any time soon?
Recipe courtesy of Food52.
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Quick Tip: For best results, use a high-quality, full-fat Ricotta.